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  • Is Downtown L.A. Embracing New Urbanism?

    As a construction boom transforms the city, California's capital of car culture is embracing the principles of density, walkability and verticality.

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  • New $40M Music Activities Center Breaks Ground at Texas A&M

    The 70,000-square-foot facility, renamed John D. White ’70 – Robert L. Walker ’58 Music Activities Center, will replace the former E.V. Adams Band Hall.

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  • Office Sector Offers Opportunity in Q2

    Robust job growth bodes well for office properties, despite uncertainty about the current cycle and future political and economic policy.

    12 May 2017 13:10
  • Seagis Buys Warehouse Complex in Miami

    With its latest acquisition, the company’s holdings include 10 million square feet of industrial buildings in South Florida, New Jersey and New York City.

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  • Economy Watch: Nonresidential Project Planning Slows in September

    While the Dodge Momentum Index has fallen for four consecutive months, that doesn't necessarily indicate a turn in the building construction market, noted Dodge Data & Analytics.

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  • Sirius XM Expands Office Lease in Irving, TX

    Sirius XM signed a pair of co-terminus leases and grew its office space at Freeport Corporate Center to a total of 43,403 square feet. The building's occupancy is now 72 percent.

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  • Behind the Soaring Demand for Scottish Hotels

    Resilient to wider geopolitical headwinds, the Scottish hotel market is attracting an increasingly larger amount of capital, especially from the U.S. and India. The relative weakness of the pound sterling and the sharpness of yields are some of the factors behind this trend, according to Steven Fyfe, associate in the hotels team at Savills Scotland.

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  • Economy Watch: Immigration Policy Changes’ Impact on CRE

    Limiting the number of immigrants to the U.S. would exacerbate the labor shortages that several real estate-related fields are already facing, according to a recent Cushman & Wakefield study.

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